Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by TurboMirage, Jan 21, 2012.
lame... an inch or so...
About 1/4" of ice from the freezing rain.
Im walking in this sheet right now >:/
From the southern front:
We had just over 10 inches at my house... crazy for the Seattle area.
it was 80 and sunny here today, i wore flip flops to work.
but for real, i dont know how you guys deal with all that snow!
Not very well these days.
a little off thread but i can't help how clear my picture from my Rezound compared to the rest of the pics
At home 6-8"
At work 8-10"
Pocatello, Idaho, the Wednesday before xmas was only about 3" when it was all said and done... Although this was the first time i've seen snow in probably 5 years
wow you guys must hate snow... it was 70 yesterday here, and supposed to top 80 today bahahahaaa
I don't know how you can wear flip flops and call yourself a man.
in my defense, mine is taken through a sliding glass door to the deck, so some clarity is lost there.
I love snow.
Enjoy your bugs, aligators, and humidity 365 days.
I'll take my 6-10 days of snow a year.
Its just a different world down here, man. Everyone, male and female, wears flops year round down here. And since I work on boats and spend a fair amount of time with no shoes on at all, flip flops are most convenient. If its less than 75 we are freezing down here.
google must be wrong
boat shoes are for north east democrat ascot wearing faggots
So I can't get on the water for a few days...
cold temps... I'm fine
wind...I go home.
It became a problem when I'm fishing, and can't cast anymore because the fishing line was freezing to the reels. Made it literally impossible to cast.
So...I've been shopping.
New for this year, two Gopro camera's, 12 more rods and reels, more tackle, one used Cobra Fish n' Dive kayak with trolling motor mount, and other odds and ends that will supply a great year.
The wife has been pestering me to get back into diving, and when the F&D kayak popped up on Craigslist...I snagged it. Now I'm almost set up to bring home some major fish, slugs, and bugs. I'll re-cert my diving lic from when I dove in Japan many many years ago, get a rec. lobster lic and drop 10 pots in a certain area, and get an oyster lic. for an easy to launch city in CT. When the tax check comes back, more shopping like diving equipment, fishing equipment, and cook stuff.
edit/ hrmm.. RPR doesn't have that auto-resize function anymore... or it's turned off and I can't find where to turn it back on. Sorry for the big pics...
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